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    Ok, and when you go to desktop resolution properties in Windows, can you select 120hz or just 60? No point trying games till 120hz is up and running in

    SC2 and 120 Hz not working

    BlackOctagon 09-18-2014, 10:24 AM Go to last post

    It is Starcraft 2. Catleap driver is installed from catleap.zip. It is showing in device manager. Not generic pnp. It also doesn't show on Diablo 3. Maybe

    SC2 and 120 Hz not working

    Mandarin 09-17-2014, 09:39 PM Go to last post

    What's SC2? If 120hz is showing in Windows but not games then, as I understand, NV users should install the cat leap monitor driver. Think the link is

    SC2 and 120 Hz not working

    BlackOctagon 09-17-2014, 03:06 PM Go to last post

    I am on Win 8.1 64 bit.

    Newest Nvidia drivers

    Catleap driver installed and DSOE disabled.

    Nvidia patcher running

    SC2 and 120 Hz not working

    Mandarin 09-17-2014, 01:32 PM Go to last post

    Correct ;-)

    Stand Removal

    Sneaky 09-15-2014, 09:03 PM Go to last post

    Sorry for this silly question,
    So the silver arc only hides the vesa mount holes. Once you use a mount, you can no longer use the arc, am I right.

    Stand Removal

    DragonGod 09-14-2014, 04:42 PM Go to last post
  • Crysis 3 - 30% FPS Boost + FPS Cap Removal!

    Hey folks,

    HyperMatrix here. This is one of the reasons I want more use out of 120Hz.Net. We need a place for game reviews and optimizations for the 120Hz minded gamer! Not like the other review sites that will do a review in 720p and be happy with anything over 30fps. And that's why I'm thankful for Whitespider and his list of games with performance/fps issues and possible fixes.

    I decided to make an article out of this as I find this to be quite a big one...and likely quite beneficial to many people considering how popular Crysis 3 is. This helps with those of us who are CPU capped. So if your GPU is sitting at less than 100% and you have low framerate, this will let your GPU do more work and subsequently give you more fps.

    This does NOT involve overclocking. However, it DOES involve Over-Working. Running on my i7 3770k at 4.949Ghz (I know...ever so slightly short of 5Ghz), and current Triple-SLI GTX 680 system, in a particular scene my CPU usage was at 85% and my GPU usage was at 45%-50%, while getting 69-72 FPS. After this fix, GPU usage jumped to 65% and FPS jumped to 88-92FPS. That's a 28% increase. Anyway, click below and watch the video for details:


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